|LSSLOT(8)||Linux on Power Service Tools||LSSLOT(8)|
NAME¶lsslot - display hot plug capable slots and resources
SYNOPSIS¶lsslot [-c | -a | -b | -p | -o | -s | -F | -d | -w]
DESCRIPTION¶The lsslot command can be used to display hot plug capable I/O slots, CPUs and caches. Please note that this command does not display all I/O slots, only slots which are physically capable of hot plug. Slots which are capable of DLPAR but not hot plug capable will not be listed.
- -c <connector type>
- Display the slots of the specified connector type. The valid connector types are "pci" for hotplug PCI slots, "slot" for logical slots, "phb" for PHB's, "port" for LHEA ports, "mem" for memory, and "cpu" for cpu's. The default is "slot" if no -c option is specified.
- Display available slots, valid for "pci" slots only.
- Display cpu's and caches, valid for "cpu" only.
- Display occupied slots, valid for "pci" slots only.
- Display caches, valid for "cpu" slots only.
- -s [<slot> | <drc index>]
- Display characteristics of the specified slot or the LMB with the specified drc index.
- -F <delimiter>
- Specified a single character to delimit the output. The heading is not displayed and the columns are delimited by the specified character.
- -d <detail level>
- Enable debugging output. When displaying memory information this flag will also enable printing information about LMBs not currently owned by the system.
- -w <timeout>
- Specify a timeout when attempting to acquire locks.
AUTHOR¶Brian King <firstname.lastname@example.org>